Democracy Now! Wednesday, May 7, 2003
"At Least When Saddam Was Here There May Not Have Been Freedom But There Was Security: Democracy Now! Producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports From The Streets of Baghdad
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The Washington Post is reporting that U.S. occupation authorities have allowed scores of Baath members to reclaim jobs including some of the most senior positions inside such ministries as trade, industry, oil, irrigation, health and education.
As President Bush Names a New Ruler of Iraq, Humanitarian Groups Say the U.S. Is More Concerned with Building An Administration Than with the Health and Well-Being of the People
Once again, Iraq has a new ruler.
Iraqi Civilians Sue General Tommy Franks for War Crimes
As the Bush administration gives the leadership in occupied Iraq a face lift, Iraqi civilians are preparing to sue Gen. Tommy Franks and other U.S. military officials for war crimes in Iraq.
Survivors of the Worst Industrial Accident in World History to Confront Dow Chemical at Shareholder's Meeting: Over 20,000 People Were Killed in Bhopal, India
Tomorrow, the survivors of the worst industrial accident in world history will confront the company responsible at its annual shareholders’ meeting.
U.S. Is Buying Data On Foreign Citizens - and ChoicePoint Is Selling It
Governments across Latin America have launched investigations after it has been revealed that a US company is obtaining personal information on millions of citizens in the region and selling it to the Bush administration.
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader Criticizes President Bush's Proposed $550 Billion Tax Cut
As President Bush pushes for a $550 billion tax cut, 2000 Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader discusses his view of the economy.